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Author: p.suresh kumar R.panneerselvam

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Articles by p.suresh kumar R.panneerselvam:
  • The Study of Robert Lowell's Psychological Poetry - Analysis. ( 2991 reads)   

    Abstract: This paper draws upon a recent biography of the American poet Robert Lowell and suggests a common theme linking his family, his mental illness and the content and structure of his poems. - Category: Others
  • Fatherhood in Confessional Poetry of Robert Lowell's Autobiographical ( 3972 reads)   

    Recent scholarship on confessional poetry has focussed for the most part on either the relationship of this work to feminine experience and questions of gender and sexuality for women on the one hand or the problems involved in assessing the poetry's artistic merit on the other. This essay argues that Robert Lowell and W. D. Snodgrass can be read for the light their work casts on one fa - Category: Others
  • Analysis of Toni Morrison's Novel 'Sula' ( 5274 reads)   

    This paper discussed on Toni Morrison's 'sula', the ending beauty of the blacks helped them to survive, at the same time, the unwillingness of the white world to acknowledge their comeliness and majesty. - Category: Others
  • The Study - 'Use of Memory ' in Robert Lowell's Life Studies ( 2597 reads)   

    This paper discussed Robert Lowell's use of memory in sub autobiographical works as Life studies. In those volumes, Lowell returns to recollect his private past; his act of remembering becomes the poetic process by which Lowell is able to create the retrospective truth of his life. The most important feature of memory on his life-writing is in its role as an imaginative reconstruction. - Category: Others
  • The Narration of Compassionate Objectivity on Anand's 'Untouchable' ( 3669 reads)   

    Mulk Raj Anand is the first indo- English Novelist to have assigned heroic role to the social marginal or non-entities like Untoauchchables and collies. This paper discussed such characters, Unattractive lifted as they are from the lowest rung of society tend to acquire metaphoric implications of an open and naked, rather beastly and object, exploitation. This naturally brings into evidence a ponderable as well as perceivable continuity between human miseries accruing from various institutions of exploitation and the novelist's' method - Category: Others
  • Hyper Sensitive Women Characters in Anita Desai's 'Voices in the City' ( 12414 reads)   

    This article deals with the tradition of psycho, analysis and its influence in writers in English in both European and Indian literature and the place of Anita Desai in the tradition. - Category: Women
  • A Reading: Robert Lowell's 'Life Studies' ( 1985 reads)   

    This paper discussed Robert Lowell's use of memory in sub autobiographical works as Life studies. In those volumes, Lowell returns to recollect his private past; His act of remembering becomes the poetic process by which Lowell is able to create the retrospective truth of his life. The most important feature of memory on his life-writing is in its role as an imaginative reconstruction. - Category: Others
  • Portrayal of Memory in Robert Lowell's 'Day by Day' ( 2384 reads)   

    Abstract: This paper discussed, Lowell's achieves new images of his parents that represent a revised and reshaped attitude to those formative figures. He comes to understand his parents as humars in light of his evolving recollection. For, Lowell, memory is a creative force of the poets artistic imagination continuously reconstituting the past in the present. - Category: Others
  • The Images of Back Children in Gwendolyn Brook's Poetry: A Study ( 3558 reads)   

    Abstract:Gwndolyn Brook's poetic career ranges from obscure beginning to pinnacles of fame. Born and brought up in the urban ghettos of Bronzeville, she won the first major award in 1943 at the Midwestern writers'conference, and has today come to be recognized as the grand dame of twentieth century American poetry - Category: Education
  • Portrayal of Association in Robert Lowell's Poetry ( 1739 reads)   

    Abstract: Robert Lowell inherited from the new England Puritans not only habit of obsessive self-examination, not only his fascination with the process of that self examination, but also hiss awareness of the significance of language in that process Association. - Category: Others



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